Tuesday, February 16, 2010

DOUCHE BAG SCHOOL BOSSES BEWARE: When Students Stand Up, Justice Will Ultimately Prevail


Miami Herald

Student's Facebook rants
about teacher
are protected speech

A teenager's venting about her teacher on a social networking site falls under the umbrella of the First Amendment, a federal judge ruled.

A student who set up a Facebook page to complain about her teacher -- and was later suspended -- had every right to do so under the First Amendment, a federal magistrate has ruled.

The ruling not only allows Katherine ``Katie'' Evans' suit against the principal to move forward, it could set a precedent in cases involving speech and social networking on the Internet, experts say.

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